Language Game[s]: Poetry, Logic and Artificial Language, London, 5 May 2017 Language Game[s]: Poetry, Logic and Artificial Language 10am – 6pm Friday, 5 May 2017 Banqueting Suite, Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip Street, London SW1P 4JU A one-day symposium and pop-up exhibition, Language Game[s] will include presentations, performances and creative works drawn from the fields of philosophy, artificial intelligence, robotics, science, poetry, linguistics and ‘other’. Language Game[s] considers … Read More

IOCT Salon (video): The Future of Language, 28th February 2007

New technologies have had a major influence on the way we communicate and use language today: punctuation and capital letters are being dropped in favour of emoticons, letter-number homophones and acronyms. But are email, instant messaging and mobile text messaging degrading the language? This question surfaces in debates among writers, language professionals and academics, as well as among parents and their children.